Paris has the deserved reputation of being the most beautiful and most romantic of all destinations. The capital is full of cultural and historical attractions and is very influential in the fields of culture, art, fashion, food and design. Nicknamed the "City of Light", Paris has retained its magic when the evening strolling along the Seine, facades and monuments sparkle. And much love Paris and its surroundings, and often for different reasons. There is the great monuments of Paris, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame. and cultural capital of world renown, with institutions such as the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, the Pompidou center. The Paris live entertainment, countless theaters, concert halls, one-time events and shows, temporary exhibitions. a calendar filled throughout the year. The Paris at the forefront of fashion and chic shopping paradise in the department stores on Boulevard Haussmann, the shops of Saint Germain des Pres, the luxury Avenue Montaigne. The picturesque Paris of Montmartre, the most popular atmospheres of Menilmontant, or the imposing opulance the sixteenth arrondissement avenues. Useless to try to summarize Paris as a whole, the capital is multiple: all depends, how you compose your visit! Itineraries: walks to another Paris Some ideas for nice walks in Paris to also get out of the traditional tourist routes: In the 19th district: from the Buttes Chaumont, continue on Bolivar Street to Rue des Pyrénées, get the rue de Belleville. Once at the bottom, turn left into the street Denoyez, reassemble the Ramponeau street with a stop at the Forges, this artist studio in the bottom of a wasteland. And finally, finish the ride at the Parc de Belleville. If you are not tired, keep going down towards the 20th district and the Pere Lachaise Cemetery in the Rue des Amandiers, take a walk inside the cemetery and then continue your walk towards Cité Aubry, this tiny district typically Paris which combines craft shops and small houses with gardens. Walk in Chinatown Paris: Starting Place d'Italie in the 13th district, take the Avenue de Choisy, then the Avenue d'Ivry, you will arrive in Chinatown Tours, with a little imagination you forget you're in Paris, the urban landscape that awaits you and the surrounding population you may carry in one of these gigantic Asian metropolis. The green corridor in the 12th, which borrows the route of an old railway with traffic ceased in 1969 and whose terminus was the Bastille. You will find in this space walk routes, children's playgrounds, sports fields, bike paths and much more. The Butte-aux-Cailles in the 13th is a kind of relic of the past of Paris, the buildings are the same as the early 20th century, to walk there is a kind of journey into the past. Follow the canal St Martin from the Villette, you can enjoy the pleasant surroundings offered by the channel during this walk of 5km. The Little Belt, a disused railway inside the boulevards of the Marshals. Although access is prohibited, it does not prevent walkers to navigate regularly. The section between the Gare d'Auteuil and the Muette station is however open to the public. Walking on the island of the Great Jatte is also worth seeing. This island has also i

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